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Unformatted text preview: Stephanie Wright English 108 Paper #1 The Opinion of Francis Bacon of Studies Francis Bacon believed that reading and knowledge were imperative to life in order for people to find solutions to their problems, explanations for their curiosity, and hope to replace all the despair that followed their imminent uncertainties. He saw knowledge as the key that opened all doors that led away from ignorance. The Latin phrases were creative but made the piece difficult to understand. The piece was otherwise clear, concise, and very well written. Good examples were given to illustrate the purpose of knowledge. It had effective use of anaphora and literary devices throughout. The essay was very advice driven, just as its introduction had warned. On Reading There are many different types of readings. In the beginning we read because we are told to, and because it was necessary and without it we were told we would never learn....
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course ENG 200 taught by Professor Can'tremember during the Spring '10 term at La Salle.
- Spring '10